National Jeweler Network



Nordstrom introduces shopping via text

Salespeople or stylists now can send customers messages about a product they might like and all they have to do is text back “BUY” to purchase it.


New conference calls for crowd funding support

Slated for next March ahead of the JA New York Spring show, the Jewelry Industry Summit will focus on discussing sustainability and responsible sourcing.


Watch, jewelry veteran Steve Shonebarger dies

The longtime executive who held positions with Corum, Bulgari, Harry Winston and, most recently, de Grisogono passed away suddenly on Sunday. 


Blue Nile store to open in New York mall

The online retailer revealed a bit more about its plans to open a store where consumers can try on--but not buy--jewelry during the company’s earnings call Friday morning.


Borsheims’ golden diamond still up for grabs

The Omaha retailer has moved many stones during Berkshire Hathaway’s shareholders event but the 50.02-carat fancy yellow remains in stock.


Macy’s gets into the off-price business

The retailer will open four Macy’s Backstage stores this fall in the New York City area that will sell marked-down merchandise, including jewelry.  


Berkshire Hathaway’s 50th marked with exclusives

To celebrate the golden anniversary of Berkshire Hathaway, Richline Group created a special collection of jewelry and other items that were available only at the company’s shareholders meeting. 


Pac Team Group names new CFO

The luxury display, packaging and fixture company has appointed fashion industry veteran Dieter Pasewaldt as its worldwide chief financial officer. 


Amazon relaunches B-to-B marketplace

The online retailer will close Amazon Supply next month and redirect customers to its new business-to-business wholesale site, Amazon Business.